1937 Hobo Nickel “Dragon” by Narimantas Palsis

“Hobo Nickel “Dragon” hand engraved by Narimantas Palsis (Nari). Buffalo nickel, 1937″ Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Sweet Dreams” by Howard Thomas

“The hobo nickel is a sculptural art form involving the creative modification of small-denomination coins, essentially resulting in miniature bas reliefs. The US nickel coin was favored because of its size, thickness, and relative softness.

Howard Thomas has been carving hobo nickels for 8 years and doing scrimshaw for about 25.

This is a carved 1937 hobo nickel. This little kitty is having an awesome cat nap! We call it “Sweet Dreams”! I bet he is dreaming of mice and catnip! ” Click for more →

1935 Hobo Nickel “The Empty Tomb”

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1935 D Buffalo Hobo Nickel
“The Empty Tomb” Jesus is Risen!
Artist Signed “SG” On The Reverse Side.” Click for more →

1935 Hobo Nickel by David HJ He

“#17-083(24K Gold & Copper inlay)
Hobo nickel Hand Carved Art Coin
1935 Buffalo Nickel Indian head five cents
Member RM1463 of the OHNS.
Original .engraver by handmade
Signed by David HJ. He . (HJH)
*attach: original certificate *
1:1 micro lens to take Detailed best photos” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Firefighter” by Narimantas Palsis

“Hobo Nickel “Firefighter” hand engraved by Narimantas Palsis (Nari). Buffalo nickel, 1937″ Click for more →

1943 Wartime Hobo Nickel “Skull & Scrolls” by JAM RM 1528

“#114 My Personal 1943 Wartime Silver Hand Carved Hobo Nickel Skull & Scrolls by JAM OHNS membership # RM 1528

This auction is for the actual carved coin pictured.

The coin was lovingly carved using only push gravers, other home made carving tools, and toned.” Click for more →

1936 Hobo Nickel “Bird’s Eye View” by Howard Thomas

“The hobo nickel is a sculptural art form involving the creative modification of small-denomination coins, essentially resulting in miniature bas reliefs. The US nickel coin was favored because of its size, thickness, and relative softness.

Howard Thomas has been carving hobo nickels for 8 years and doing scrimshaw for about 25.

This is a carved 1936 hobo nickel. This bear has got the best view in the house! We call it ” Bird’s Eye View”!” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Guilty” by Narimantas Palsis

” Hobo Nickel “Guilty” hand engraved by Narimantas Palsis (Nari). Copper inlay. Buffalo nickel, 1937″ Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel by David HJ He(HJH)

“#17-079
Hobo nickel Hand Carved Art Coin
1937 Buffalo Nickel Indian head five cents
Member RM1463 of the OHNS.
Original .engraver by handmade
Signed by David HJ. He . (HJH)
*attach: original certificate *
1:1 micro lens to take Detailed best photos ” Click for more →

1908 Hobo Nickel by David HJ He

“#HN17-078
Hobo nickel Hand Carved Art Coin
1908 U. S. COINS LIBERTY “V” NICKEL
Member RM1463 of the OHNS.
Handmade by David HJ He . (HJH)
*attach: Engraver certificate *
1:1 micro lens to take Detailed best photos ” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Making Waves” by Howard Thomas

“The hobo nickel is a sculptural art form involving the creative modification of small-denomination coins, essentially resulting in miniature bas reliefs. The US nickel coin was favored because of its size, thickness, and relative softness.

Howard Thomas has been carving hobo nickels for 8 years and doing scrimshaw for about 25.

This is a carved 1937 hobo nickel. The Japanese consider the Koi fish very good luck. We call this one “Making Waves”.” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Please Don’t Eat The Daisies” by Howard Thomas

“This is a carved 1937 hobo nickel. This little bunny is in honor of our little orphaned rescue bunny we are raising until he is big enough to return to the wild. With any luck, he should be about ready when this auction ends! We call it “Please Don’t Eat The Daisies”! ” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Gone Fishing” by Howard Thomas

“The hobo nickel is a sculptural art form involving the creative modification of small-denomination coins, essentially resulting in miniature bas reliefs. The US nickel coin was favored because of its size, thickness, and relative softness.

Howard Thomas has carving hobo nickels for 8 years and doing scrimshaw for about 25.

This is a carved 1937 hobo nickel. This black bear has found his favorite fishing spot! We call it “Gone Fishing”!
Please look closely at the photos. Returns are accepted only if the item is not as described and we take very good photos to make sure you know what you are bidding on! ” Click for more →

1936 Hobo Nickel “Squirreling It Away” by Howard Thomas

“The hobo nickel is a sculptural art form involving the creative modification of small-denomination coins, essentially resulting in miniature bas reliefs. The US nickel coin was favored because of its size, thickness, and relative softness.

Howard Thomas has carving hobo nickels for 8 years and doing scrimshaw for about 25.

This is a carved 1936 hobo nickel. This little squirrel is gathering nuts for later. We call it “Squirreling It Away”!

Please look closely at the photos. Returns are accepted only if the item is not as described and we take very good photos to make sure you know what you are bidding on! ” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Guard of dreams” by Suren Oganesyan

” Hobo nickel 1937 Buffalo ” Guard of dreams” hand carved by artist Suren Oganesyan.

Up for auction Hobo Nickel is the original 1937 Buffalo Coin Art carving, hand-enraved by Suren Oganesyan.

With copper and silver inlay. Signed and sold by the artist.” Click for more →

1938 Hobo NIckel “SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS” by Juan


This is 1938-D buffalo nickel (five cents ) engraving by handmade. carved by Juan

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1935 Hobo Nickel “Little Giraffe” by Donny Jenkins

“Hand Engraved hobo nickel “Little Giraffe” by Donny Jenkins. Member if the Original Hobo Nickel Society.” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Potluck” by Howard Thomas

“This is a carved 1937 hobo nickel. This is the precise moment the catnip kicked in! Hahahaha! We call it “Potluck”!

Please look closely at the photos. Returns are accepted only if the item is not as described and we take very good photos to make sure you know what you are bidding on! ” Click for more →

1937 Hobo Nickel “Crossing The River Styx” by Howard Thomas

“This is a reverse carved 1937 hobo nickel. This is the Ferryman. In Greek Mythology ferried the souls of the recently deceased across the river Styx to enter the afterlife. We call this one, “Crossing The River Styx” The lantern flame is inlaid 24 kt gold!

Please look closely at the photos. Returns are accepted only if the item is not as described and we take very good photos to make sure you know what you are bidding on! ” Click for more →

1934 Hobo Nickel “Ole Santa Claus” by SteveOrino

“CIRCA: 1934

Buffalo nickels were in circulation in the USA from 1913-1938.

Many times ‘hobos’ would carve these nickels using crude tools and trade them for a meal or sell them at a profit.?? Hand carved nickel by SteveOrino” Click for more →